DIY Arduino web-radio – RadioduinoWRT

DIY Arduino web-radio - RadioduinoWRT
This web-radio is made from an Arduino, an hacked TP-Link WR703N router and some interface parts. A TP-Link WR703N router was flashed with OpenWRT, extended by an USB thumdrive and upgraded with an USB soundcard. Then I installed a webserver and the mpd music server on the router. The RadioduinoWRT is a self-designed and implemented webradio. ...

How to build a constant current/power electrical load

How to build a constant current/power electrical load
Kerry Wong built a DIY constant current/constant power electronic load. One of the features a lot of commercial electronic loads has in common is the ability to sink constant power. Constant power would come in handy when measuring battery capacities (Wh) or testing power supplies for instance. To accommodate this, she decided to use an Arduino (ATmega328p) microcontroller. This ...

Balancing Robot Segway using the Arduino

Balancing Robot Segway using the Arduino
It is a robot made of Arduino and Lego NXT components based on the Segway. The gyroscope and accelerometer are combined with complementary filters to provide an inertial reference sensor. The accelerometer provides accurate static tilt information, when the robot is not accelerating. The gyroscope can be integrated to provide accurate dynamic tilt information, but the integration ...

Really Fast and Compact Arduino IR Robot 2

Really Fast and Compact Arduino IR Robot
Arduino Robot with a ultrasonic sensor is not unusual, but this Arduino Ultrasonic Robot built by [Ro-Bot-X] could be one of the fastest. Here is the original post link: http://seriousrobotics.wordpress.com/my-robots/compact-a-small-arduino-robot/   Design of the Arduino IR Robot He made this small Arduino robot using an Arduino Duemilanove and the Robot Builder’s Shield and a chassis plate so ...

Robot actually climbs trees

Robot actually climbs trees
Robot that does nothing but climbs tree won’t inspire fear in a Time Lord as the Arduino-powered Dalek might, but building such a contraption is quite an engineering feat. An Arduino user named Ben described the process on Instructables, saying he gave the project a shot after first “dismiss[ing] the idea as beyond my skill level.” ...

The Dalek Robot – Exterminate, annihilate, destroy!

The Dalek Robot - Exterminate, annihilate, destroy!
This Dalek Robot goes out to all the Doctor Who fans. Perhaps the Doctor’s most iconic enemy, the alien mutants in robotic shells known as Daleks are simultaneously terrifying and hilarious. Original post from http://letsmakerobots.com/node/32990 Who fan Andy Grove set out to build one, smartly combining the Raspberry Pi and Arduino: I have used an Arduino ...